what should I answer with
"How's your day?"
"How's It going?"
can I say "pretty good"?
When I reply to a mail from my boss, can I use "Noted with thanks "? Isn't it rude to my boss?
Please let me know your convenient time.
Is this message polite for own manager?
Is it correct to say "I am looking forward to our meeting tomorrow" in a formal email? Or is it better to say "I am looking forward to meeting with you tomorrow"?
"Well received with thanks, noted with thanks."
Those two expressions are common used in business email?? is those good expression to use?
Is it correct to say "Have a good rest of the day" in a formal email?
How would you reply when someone say like "how is your week going?"
Show me some useful phrases. Thanks.
"in" the week or "on" the week? Which is correct?
if someone was sick and he's feeling better now, what should I tell him ?
(good for you , cool for you ? ) or something else?
p.s if my question have any grammar errors correct it for me please.
Is that correct to write "Please allow me to jump in." in a business email? The context is: you were not in the loop, just were forwarded the mail chain. And you wanted to raise your opinion.
What's a better way of saying - " I couldn't have done it without you."?
How should I give reply to someone is saying there reached home safely
Choose the correct answer:
It took only a ------------ glance to determine that the report was------
B.passing ... faultless
C. comprehensive ... unerring
D. cursory ... expurgated
E. plagiarized ... prolongated
Upon being turned down three times
for a promotion, he was so full of---------that he------himself from his co-workers, opting to work behind closed doors.
A.rancor ... ostracized
C. venom ... endeared
D. cordiality... ingratiated.
E. unctuousness... separated
I was asked a question from my friend like,
"what's this photo
suppose to be?"
in two separate comments.
what does she mean?
Which one is correct ? "thank you for checking up on me" or "checking in on me"? And is it a proper response to others enquire or caring?
If I said to my boss, "It's my pleasure and honor to work with you," would it be rude? Should I say "work for you" instead of "work with you"?
I'd rather you ....... to her why we can't go.
1. would explain
3. to explain
4. will explain
which one is the right answer and why ?
Which one is correct?
I need to jump off for another call.
I need to jump on to another call.
Are these both correct when I want to disconnect from one meeting and join another meeting?
What do you say to your friend when he says he’s gymming? Should I say “happy gymming?” or “have a good workout“？
Please feel free to edit or make any changes you deem necessary.
Does this sound natural?
What can I say instead to sound natural??
Which is more natural?
1-Thank you so much for your detailed explanation.
2-Thank you so much for explaining in detail.
"did you slept well" or "did you sleep well" ?
Which one is correct?
"I will be there in time"
"I will be there on time"
What does this line means?
Hey baby, are you from Tennessee? Because you're the only ten I see.
Choose the correct answer :
The new phone underwent-------review and testing by hundreds of consumers whose consistent raves about its-------- features confirmed that it was ready to go to market.
A. detailed... unilateral
B. stringent... unprecedented
E. lenient ... outstanding
The transition to a new industry was
more challenging than he thought due
to the unfamiliar ---------,but his--------kicked in and he bought a specialist dictionary after his first
week on the job.
A. linguistics... practicality
B. lexicon ... idealism
C. jargon... resourcefulness
D. norms... pragmatism
E. customs... utilitarianism
How can I answer the question: how was your night?
Which of the following do you think is the most common daily expression?
1. I tried to call you but to no avail.
2. I tried to call you but in vain.
3. I tried to call you but couldn't get through.
4. I tried to call you but no luck.
5. I tried to call you but couldn't reach you.
To start with, I simply cannot agree that it's possible to choose one lesson that would be the most valuable. Personally, I struggle with pronunciation of some letters or combinations of letters at times, therefore the lessons on this topic were truly immensely helpful.
Nevertheless, if I had to pick, it would be "how native speakers create new words". This is kind of the cherry on top. As I am of those who want to know not only formal or newspaper language, but informal as well, it was extremely useful. I got acquainted with many informal "rules" and the crux of them is that there are no rules.
On the whole, I would like to say that the course is extremely valuable and I've just completed 5 lessons. I don't actually know whether it's good or bad, but you have rasied the bar really high. I cannot wait to watch more lessons as soon as I have free time, and I wholeheartedly believe the lessons will meet all my expectations.
Is this correct?
Thanks for confirming/confirmation
Thank you for the confirmation/confirming
I am confused.
"I feel welcome" Vs "I feel welcomed"
Is there any difference in the two in meaning?
Actually I heard that expression spoken by a football player in a public interview who had just newly been transferred to a new club.
But the ending sound was unclear, so I was confused about whether it was "welcome" or "welcomed"
Thank you for your help.
Which is correct, "get a good rest" or "take a good rest"?
is there a phrase "how's your life going" or "how's life going" in Englis?
How do you response “what’s up”/“what’s going on”?
I need a lot of examples.
can we use 'exquisite' for a person ?
What does "bombaclat" mean? I see this word on twitter a lot, but still have no idea.
Which one is correct between I would be a bit late and I will be a bit late? Can I say 'I could be late' as well?
Can you do/make me a favor?
What's the correct form? People was or people were / people doesn't or people don't?
My friend said me " have a nice day". Can I say both of "you have a nice day too" and " you too have a nice day"
could you correct a sentence that i wrote?
"i saw kelly at the party, but we didnt have a chance to chat to each other"
her father did not want (her to make friends) with Pete and Sally because they ( influenced on her) badly , (to his mind)
which is the mistake?
thanks a lot
What is the difference between "gold digger" and "coal digger"?
The dictionary says
gold digger : a girl who wants to marry or will have intercourse with a man only to use him for his money.
coal digger : the opposite of golddigger; a woman or man who deliberately selects partners whose attractiveness lies in the fact that they are a financial liability.
Well, for me, The definitions seem the same.. How is "coal digger" the opposite of "gold digger"?
cf) there is a context below I can't understand.
Phil : Listen, Claire feels terrible. Why don't you talk to her?
Gloria : Why? I know what she thinks... A coal digger.
Phil : No, she's saying "gold digger."
Gloria : Yes, Phil...
Phil : I know she said that, but that was a long time ago, before...
she knew you.
is this correct?
I don't neither have
i don't have neither
i don't either have
i don't have either
can you explain how they can be used in grammar
(either and neither) because i don't know the grammar structure
Do you say "I look forward to starting working with you" or "I look forward to start working with you" ???
whats the meaning of my g?
If people ask me"how did you sleep last night"
What could I answer?
Are "it was good" or "I slept very well" ok to the question?
My major concern is that I don't know what to say after my answer,should I talk about what happen last night or just give a random conversation?
Is correct "So do we" o "So are we" to agree in a similar phrase "We are eating chinese tonight"?